The DC Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment (OCTFME) continues its tradition of creating quality award-winning original programming and is proud to announce that it has been nominated for two Emmy Awards by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter, and is the recipient of six Telly Awards.
OCTFME Emmy Nominations for the 64th Annual Capital Emmy Awards consist of:
– Road to Representation: The Plan Takes Root in the Politics/Government – Short Form Content Category
– Holiday Spirit Holiday Spectacular in the Lighting Category.
Winners will be announced at the 64th Annual Capital Emmy Awards on June 25, 2022.
OCTFME also received Six (6) Tellys at the 43rd Annual Telly Awards:
– The Road to Representation: The Plan Takes Root; Gold Winner in Television – History
– Crushing the Game: Ron Nessen; Silver Winner in Television – Educational Institution
– DKN Sports Off the Field Old Glory DC; Silver Winner in Television – Sports
– Raheem DeVaughn: Through It All, Love; Bronze Winner in Television – Music Video
– Mayor Bowser’s FY23 Budget Engagement Forum; Bronze Winner in Television – Live Events
– The 36th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards; Bronze Winner in Television Entertainment